Averages (last 15 rounds)
Quadruple Bogeys 0.53
Triple Bogeys 2.27
Double Bogeys 3.27
Bogeys 7.40
Pars 4.13
Birdies 0.40
Eagles 0.00
Double Eagles 0.00
Bonus Points 16.20
PostStats Stroke Handicap
As Of Dec 7 +17.79
Series Participation
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Nickname Sam
Residence Russell, PA US
Birthday August 28
Height 6 ft, 4 in
Weight 275 lbs
Occupation Ex Pro Wrestler
Playing Since 2000
Swings Right
Poor Shots Slice
Referral Tim Swanson
Registration November 14, 2017
Favorite Course Blueberry Hill
Favorite Hole #15 at Blueberry Hill
Best Shot #2 at Jackson Valley

6 inches from a hole-in-one
Dream Foursome John Daly , Ron White , Zac Brown
Golf Course Pref Condition, Layout, Service
Reasons I Golf Drink Beer, Socialize, Friendships
Latest Scorecards
Date   Golf Course Stks Adj Stks  
06/13/21 Pinon Hills GC 96 +3.0
06/12/21 Pinon Hills GC 98 +4.7
06/11/21 Pinon Hills GC 99 +5.6
06/10/21 Pinon Hills GC 91 -1.3
05/23/21 Blueberry Hill GC 87 -4.2
05/11/21 Blueberry Hill GC 89 -2.3
05/04/21 Blueberry Hill GC 94 +2.5
05/01/21 Blueberry Hill GC 89 -2.3
04/27/21 Blueberry Hill GC 96 +4.4
04/13/21 Blueberry Hill GC 103 +11.0
2021 Virtual
Tourney Handicap
PostStats Stroke Handicap
As of Jan 1 +19.84
PostStats Point Handicap
Quadruple Bogey 0
Triple Bogey 0
Double Bogey 1
Bogey 3
Par 4
Birdie 10
Eagle 16
Double Eagle 25
Target 60
2021 Virtual
Tourney Statistics
PostStats Stroke Handicap
2021 Tally +20.96
+/- +1.12
National Ranking #T47
Adjusted National Ranking #T7
PostStats Point Handicap
2021 Tally 62.29
National Ranking #T27
News Headline
May 21, 2018
Rookie Tops Huge Class

JERSEY CITY, NJ — The Carl Spackler Open has signed a bunch of rookies to compete in 2018 major championship. One of the most skilled is Dan Patterson from Jersey City, NJ. He signed in November and leads the rookie class with a +4.17 stroke handicap. "Dan has tremendous success at the regional level," noted local Brian Long. "He can hit the ball as good as anyone, but tournament conditions and looking forward to seeing his ability off familiar property."

Pat Boland reading from a scouting report added, "Patterson has shown great ball control for several years. Combined with his mental toughness, he has the ability to shoot in the mid-70's on familiar turf. He adds great depth to a large group of very good golfers."

Dan Patterson is part of a rookie class 19 golfers from 9 different states.

"I have always wanted to participate in the legend of the Carl Spackler Open," says Patterson from the local golf range in New Jersey. "I am looking forward to the opportunity to bring home a Golden Jacket to the state of Jersey and the parade that would likely follow."

Dan Patterson is one of very few players who is not scheduled to receive a single point for double bogey. The other rookie is Charles Broaddus. Although things can and do change everyday, Dan is presently expected to receive 2 points for bogey, 3 points for par, and 7 points for birdie.

"I still need to talk to Brewster about the morning runs," says Patterson. "I think it would be a great idea join Brewster for his morning run. A few miles starting at 5:33 would get the muscles awake and burn off that beer fat."

Another exciting rookie on the roster comes from Russell, PA. The mullet wearing Sam Pusateri has been preparing for a punishing tournament course at the local Blueberry Hill golf course. "Its exciting to become relevant in golf," said Pusateri boasting his +22 handicap. "To think Russell could be home to a major champion is pretty special. The pride that I would feel to be a local hero would be a dream come true. To be a household name in Warren County, possible endorser of businesses, and likely free meals at local restaurants are pinch me moments."

The 2018 Carl Spackler Open will hold its practice round on Wedneaday, June 6. The round will tee as a dual tee and be the first glimpse of the punishing Moorland course at Legends Resort.